Creative Applications of Exposure Therapy and Habit Reversal Therapy

Presenter: Joelle Beecher-McGovern, Ph.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. McGovern described Exposure Therapy and Habit Reversal Therapy and then gave us practical applications in real life scenarios.  She spoke of the challenges of implementing these therapies and ways to overcome these barriers.  She uses

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Monsters, Robbers and Nightmares, Oh My! Simple Steps to Improve Your Child’s Sleep

Presenter: Courtney Weiner, Ph.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Weiner discussed good bedtime routines and hygiene as a way to help with sleep issues in children.  She spoke of common problems in sleep and how to better your child’s issues.  Dr. Weiner also let

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Bullying and Vulnerable Populations

Presenter: Nadia S. Ansary, Ph.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Ansary spoke about bullying both traditional and cyberbullying and gave recommendations for helping to effectively address bullying. She also spoke of identifying vulnerable and at risk groups.

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Getting Kids Motivated for School! Strategies to foster your child/teen’s motivation to achieve in school

Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download the webinar Dr. Hartke spoke of strategies to increase students self motivation to succeed in school. He spoke of ways to better organize oneself and reduce procrastination on projects.

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Mental Health Stigma and Help Finding Services in the African American Community

Presenter: Christine Adkins-Hutchison, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Adkins-Hutchison spoke about the economic and social road block for African Americans in seeking mental health services. She spoke of the need for more therapists to be of culturally competent and the need for

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Mental Health Issues in Today’s Asian American Community

Presenter: Dr. Andrew J. Lee View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Lee spoke about Asian cultural values and how they impact today’s Asian Americans. He spoke of the model minority myth and how these perceptions feed into the stigma of seeking mental health services

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Trade Secrets of a Tourette Syndrome Doctor

Presenter: Tolga Taneli, MD View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Taneli spoke about his insights on getting physicians to collaborate together about a case. He also spoke of the drug approval process. He also gave tips on ways to involve the school in the

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10 Ways to Make A Great School Year

Presenter: Dr. Michael Osit, LP View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Osit spoke about ways we can do things differently this year to help set up from the beginning, for a good school year. He provides suggestions on sleep, schedules and ways to handle the

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Sports-Related Concussions and Brain Injury

Presenter: Mark Mintz, MD Download this webinar’s slides » Download this webinar » Concussions are a form of traumatic brain injury that can affect cognitive functioning (mental processes of thinking, reasoning, learning, remembering, problem-solving and creativity) and behavior. Many children and young adults experience significant psychological stress from their injuries.

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Treating Very Young Children With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Presenter: Joelle McGovern, Ph.D. – University of Pennsylvania View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. McGovern spoke about cognitive and exposure based activities for the very young and how to keep it playful to engage the child which leads to them mastering and controlling their OCD.

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